Grateful Dead Live at Soldier Field on 1995-07-09
- Chris Larson
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Touch Of Grey
Little Red Rooster
Lazy River Road
When I Paint My Masterpiece
The Promised Land
Samson And Delilah
So Many Roads
Samba In The Rain
Black Muddy River
Box Of Rain
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Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist
Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song
Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
|Touch of Grey|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Lazy River Road|
|Samson and Delilah|
|So Many Roads|
|Samba In The Rain|
|Unbroken Chain>Sugar Magnolia|
|Black Muddy River|
|Box Of Rain|
|Fireworks/ Star Spangled Banner|
These are pressed discs. They say AAD (Analog>Analog>Digital) on them.
- 2008-06-19 23:21:38
- Bootleg discs > EAC > Flac (8)
- Chicago, IL
- Transferred by
- Chris Larsen
- Soldier Field
Subject: Last show
Also thanks to this site for bringing back good times and good memories !! I miss you Jerry. If not for you my life wouldn't be the same.
Subject: last show
I was at the show and also felt / knew something was a miss. The energy was really weird this night.
Chi-town = Steve V, Brent, and Jerry = last shows!!?
Subject: C'mon guys...
Subject: c'mon folks....don't kid yourselves....
Subject: A reasonably competent finish . . .
There's nothing special in the warm-up first set, and the Shakedown is just garbage; lots of forgotten or inaudible vocals and nothing but nasty, ugly, repetitive rhythm guitar in the jam (without any lead). But things get better starting with So Many Roads, sung with great passion and angst, and Jerry comes to life on guitar as well. Samba is it's usual self, with some jazzy MIDI-sax from Jerry thrown in. Corrina develops into a nice jam, with some good, although spotty, work from Jerry, especially in the transition to the Drums. The Drum/Space segment is, as often, the highlight of the set. Jerry seems to be steering them towards the Wheel, but instead, he plays reasonably well on his last Unbroken Chain and Sugar Magnolia. Then come the poignant encores.
Subject: Thanks for the memories...
this show. A little uneven, but So Many Roads and Black Muddy River still cause that lump in my throat to reappear. Thanks for posting this, it's
going to hold a special place in my collection.
Subject: Last Show
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